This how-to tutorial shows you how to run the Windows 10 wireless network report command and use it to troubleshoot a Wi-Fi network connection problem …

TechRepublic has posted a tutorial on how to run the “Windows 10 Wireless Network Report” to troubleshoot a Wi-Fi connection problem. The report is generated by executing the command “netsh wlan show wlanreport” from the Windows PowerShell or the Command Prompt. Administrative credentials are required to run the command. I plan to add this tutorial to the “Tech Toolbox” here at “Tech News for You”.

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How to troubleshoot Wi-Fi with the Windows 10 wireless network report

The extensive and detailed Windows 10 wireless network report could be all you need to pinpoint your troublesome Wi-Fi problems and find the right solution to end them.

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